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Synonyms for athletic

Synonyms for athletic

characterized by marked muscular development; powerfully built

Synonyms for athletic

vigorously active

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having a sturdy and well proportioned body

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Besides the failure to use personal protective equipment, the root cause of these athletic injuries often involves failure to warm up, over use, over exuberance, or misuse of equipment.
Psychological factors related to the occurrence of athletic injuries.
She said athletic injuries are a persistent concern for the more than 1,100 member institutions of United Educators.
The relationship between athletic injuries and psychological variables has been studied from different perspectives, but the results have been contradictory due to methodological problems, such as not utilizing homogenous samples or not employing specific instruments for each sport.
As Director of Athletic Training for the UFL, Aaron Miller is responsible for the care and prevention of athletic injuries for all of the UFL players.
Now in its 4th updated edition, SPORT FIRST AID has been newly revised and updated to reflect the latest research and best practices and provides coaches with action steps for over a hundred common athletic injuries and illnesses.
Difficult life events and other types of stress, as well as psychological interventions, can have a marked impact on the occurrence of athletic injuries among children and adolescents, according to the authors of a review on the topic.
The class teaches students about the prevention of athletic injuries, including the components of exercise science, anatomy, principles of safety, first aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and vital signs.
Most people in the sports and fitness field feel static stretching should not be used prior to working out or performing athletic events as it hasn't proven to increase performance nor proven to decrease athletic injuries, much to most people's disbelief.
We can prevent athletic injuries by providing better training and insisting that participants wear the proper PPE.
Chapter 11 is dedicated to using MET when treating athletic injuries.
Treat athletic injuries with regard for the long-term health of the athlete.
Study results have shown that hand injuries account for 3%-25% of all athletic injuries, said Dr.